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Win7 "Make Changes" pop up box


tony-guitar

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I have a new Win7 pc.It has a built-in dvd drive, but i also have an LG external USB dvd rw drive that was recognised immediately. However, it needs the software to do any burning, but since its intallation, every time i 'log-on' a box appears "Do you want the following program to make changes to your computer". I expected this after the first log-in or boot up, but its every time and therefore becoming a nuisance. Any chance of getting rid please?

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difarn

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You probably have your User Account Control set to "always notify" - you can change the settings:-

Open User Account Control Settings by clicking the Start button and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type uac and then click Change User Account Control settings.

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tony-guitar

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Hi difarn, The slider is set to first level up from bottom, i've already found that if i drop the slider to its lowest setting, i get a security warning instead! I'm new to Win7 so these are new experiences for me.

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